Top 8 Characters Who Made a Huge Impact on the Audience

Top 8 Characters
Top 8 Characters

When all our plans and wishes for 2020 came to a shattering end due to deadly Covid and miserable lockdown, It was for sure, the digital media and our favorite and awesomely talented actors who came to our rescue. They were the ones who ensured that our dopamine appetite was fulfilled and our lives remained “liveable” even in these drastic conditions.

Not only youngsters but even the middle as well as old age people enjoyed movies and shows on their screens. Now Netflix and Amazon Prime not only remained a tool of entertainment for elite kids, but they became a part of a common man’s life. Here is a list of some of the best characters who made the fictional world of movies and shows come alive in 2020.

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Harshad Mehta

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Pratik Gandhi, the lead actor, playing Harshad Mehta in the series, has become the talk of the town. “Risk hai toh ishq hai ” Is now on the tongue of all the youngsters. His character made us realize the emotional side of the stockbroker tycoon.

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Kaleen Bhaiya and Sattu

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As expected, Pankaj Tripathi (Kaleen Bhaiya aka Akhandanand in Mirzapur and Sattu in Ludo)  has lived up to the audience’s expectations with his stellar performance. As always, his character was strong, and his cuss word delivery is exceptional. The sattu character from the ludo film was hilariously killer.

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Kabir Sagar, Montu Singh

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From playing a hopeless romantic in ludo to playing a romantic with some hope and a whole lot of ego, Rajkummar Rao nails it both. His innocent smile steals the heart of all the viewers in both films.

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Munna Tripathi

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Who does not know our favorite Mirazapur baddie? Munna bhaiya!! Munna’s character is strong, emotional as well as delirious and will remain in the heart of its lovers always even after his dramatic death in the series.

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Ayyan Mani, Ganesh Gaitonde and Jatil Yadav

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How can Nawazuddin Siddiqui, an actor who has consistently delivered top-tier content for the streamers, not be on this list? His latest, Serious Men, is the third Netflix hit after Sacred Games and Raat Akeli Hai. His characters are always wistful and hilarious and give a perfect balance of emotions to the viewers.

Dhananjay Rajput

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Our favorite circuit from Munna Bhai, Arshad Warsi, keep the viewers hooked to the series Asur.’ It is not too often that the viewers get to see Arshad play an intense character. Still, as senior CBI officer Arshad nails his character.

Abhishek Tripathi

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High schoolers favorite Jitu bhaiya (Jitendra Kumar) does what he does the best and plays the dissatisfied Abhishek character with ease and such realism that it was very hard not to feel bad for him. His character makes the “Panchayat” movie a must-watch.

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Vishal/ Hathoda Tyagi

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Vishal Tyagi, played by Abhishek Banerjee, with his dead eyes and hammer in ‘Patal Lok’ was one of the strongest and solid characters. The fact that despite his criminal character Abhishek manages to earn the audience’s sympathy as the victim of a flawed system, it is mind-boggling.

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